The narrow stone bridge is the landmark of Sohland and can also be found in the city coat of arms. The bridge was built in 1776 and then still led across the Spree. Since the riverbed of the Spree was moved, today only the village stream gently splashes away. Beware of passing over: According to a legend, the bridge collapses when a liar dares to do so.
January 17, 2018
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